Released in the US May 29, 2009
UK / International - October 9, 2009
Ronnie del Carmen
Pixar Animation Studios
John Ratzenberger is tapped yet again to lend his voice, this time as Construction Foreman Tom.
Ratzenberger is the only actor to voice a role in all of the Disney•Pixar films.
Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino has received numerous accolades for his work on previous
Disney•Pixar films “Ratatouille” (GRAMMY® Award winner, Best Score Album Soundtrack; Annie Award
winner, Best Music in an Animated Feature Production; Oscar® nomination, Best Original Score) and“The Incredibles” (Annie Award winner, Best Music in an Animated Feature Production; GRAMMY
nomination, Best Score Album Soundtrack).
Up is the first Pixar film to be given a PG rating since The Incredibles.
When the house first takes off there are 20,622 balloons on the house.
Near the beginning of the movie you can spot the Pizza Planet truck from Toy Story on the street below the house, and also in a parking lot towards the end.
Apart from Dug, all of the dogs are named after letters from the Greek alphabet.
Russell: Sometimes, it's the boring stuff I remember the most.
Dug: I hid under your porch because I love you.
Ellie: Thanks for the adventure. Now go have one of your own.
Charles Muntz: You know Carl, these people who come here, they all tell pretty good stories. A surveyor making a map, a botanist cataloging plants, an old man taking his house to Paradise Falls. And that's the best one yet. I can't wait to hear how it ends.
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"Our hero travels the globe, fights beasts and villains and eats dinner at 3:30 in the afternoon."
The number of balloons attached to the house change frequently throughout the movie.
The house door sometimes has 3 doorknobs, but other times has 4.
The ambulance that arrives when young Carl breaks his arm has a modern siren rather than the mechanical sirens used during the 1930s.
The flag on Russell's boy scout uniform should face backwards rather than forwards as it does.
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